Muse: next album to have ’15-minute space-rock solo’

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Muse frontman Matt Bellamy has revealed his plans for the band’s future.

The star explained that he’d like their next album to feature more prog influences as well as a dancier feel.

Talking to NME, the singer and guitarist said: “I think on the next album I’d like to do at least one 15-minute space-rock solo.”

He added: “Apart from that, ‘Supermassive Black Hole’ (2006 UK Top Five single) opened up a new area for us of dancing, grooving, rhythm section-dominated songs. I’d love to do more stuff like that really.”

Read more about Muse’s future plans, including their new focus on singles and their forthcoming headlining V Festival performance, in this week’s NME, out in all good newsagents now.